Tirant d'eau max.: 1,80-4,5
Puissance totale : 500
Eau douce: 6000
A new and unique design to achieve unequalled goals of perfection, performance and space. Number one under construction for sale.
- Conception: NAHEMA
- Naval Architect: Gilles VATON / BGV
- Interior Designer: Frank DARNET Design
- Structural calculations: Rivoyre Ingénierie
- Builder: H2X Yachts & Ships (La Ciotat - FRANCE)
- Type: World fast cruising Catamaran.
- Construction: E-Glass & Carbon / PVC / Epoxy Composite infusion Process
Conception according to C.E certification. Construction to Bureau Veritas class rules
and to comply with the code of practice for safety of large commercial sailing & motor
These rules give to the Nahema cat 120’ important guarantee in term of:
- structure stiffness,
- handling security,
- fire fighting, environmental Protection & pollution prevention.
- Length overall: 35.00 m / 115’
- Length waterline: 32.38 m / 106’
- Beam: 14.32 m / 46’
- High overall: 46.50 m / 153’
- Minimum draft: 1.80 m / 5.9’
- Maximum draft: 4.50 m (centreboard down) / 14.8’
- Fresh water: 2 x 3000 ltrs
- Grey water: 2 x 1000 ltrs
- Black water: 2 x 1000 ltrs
- Fuel: 2 x 8000 ltrs plus 2 x 300 l (daily tank)
- Engine: 2 x 500 HP CUMMINS
- Generators: 2 x 40 KVa
- Water maker: 2 x 350 l/h
- Main sail (fully battened), 3 reefs: 376 m²
- Yankee: 257 m²
- Stay sail: 135 m²
- Option Code 0: 620 m²
- The sails are made out of composite cloth composed of Vectran fibres and anti UV Mylar films.
- Fibres converge to the sail points where max loads are concentrated.
- Sails can be made out of Cuben Fiber as an option.
- The vessel's whole composite structure (hull, deck, wet deck, and roof) is built in a CNC machined female mould.
- Construction: E-glass / PVC / Epoxy composite sandwich.
- Fore & aft crossbeam and compression beam made out of carbon prepreg / Nomex sandwich vacuum bagged and cured at 85°.
- Mast compression beam: carbon prepreg / Nomex sandwich vacuum bagged and cured at 85°.
- The whole composite sandwich is built in one shot using the resin infusion process. (RTM)
- Bulkheads: E-glass / Epoxy / PVC vacuum bagged composite.
- Structure (Floors, Frames, Beams & longitudinal girders): E-glass / PVC / Epoxy composite sandwich built in a secondary infusion process.
- Hull longitudinal omega stiffeners: Built in infusion in one shot with the hulls.
- The whole composite components are post cured at 60° for 20 hours.
- Teak deck in the cockpit
- Flybridge cockpit surface: 16 m²
- Sunbathing surface: 9 m²
- Access by two stainless steel stairways with teak steps
- Watertight companionway access to fly bridge
- Four scupper drains
- Sunbathing area with cushions & mattresses, coffee table, frigobar, Hifi & video
- One lift for drinks & appetizers from saloon bar to flybridge
- Light under the boom
- Awning integrated into the boom
- Two steering stations protected by permanent light Biminis including full navigation equipments, engine & hydraulics controls
- Deck sailing hardware (winches, blocks & jammers) on the top roof close to the helm stations
- Storage lockers.
- One carbon varnished flagstaff, complete with halyard is installed at the aft end of the fly bridge.
- Teak deck in the cockpit & aft deck.
- Surface: 61 m² (including aft cockpit, sunbathing area, spa & aft deck).
- Spa pool with sliding hatch integrated in aft deck.
- Integrated rolling curtains in the aft rooftop.
- Dinning table, sitting area & armchairs for twelve guests.
- Deck cushions & mattresses.
- Large deck lockers with teak planked flush deck hatches on cockpit floor.
- Sliding door main access to saloon.
- Hydraulic stern lift platform for main tender haulage. Surface 21m².
- When the tender is launched, the tender lift becomes a bathing platform fitted with a shower, stainless steel bathing ladder and a submersible swimming pool system fitted with side nets.
SIDE DECK & FOREDECK
- White non-skid Awl Grip paint.
- Side deck & foredeck area: 2 x 54 m² = 108 m².
- Two trampoline nets (surface: 45 m²) are lashed between the hull, forward crossbeam & compression beam.
- Twelve custom composite flush deck hatches with gas struts on each hull.
- Two sliding hatches for access to the forward crew cabins.
- Diesel & water fill fitting in dedicated lockers.
- Pump out deck fitting for black & grey water in dedicated lockers.
- Two custom-made stainless steel pulpits with teak seat & navigation lights.
- Two custom-made stainless steel stern push-pits.
- Stainless steel stanchions with three stainless steel rod lifelines.
- Two gates in the lifeline railing on the port & starboard side situated amidships.
- A hull wash system is integrated to the hull at the sheer line level.
LAZARETTE & STERN DOORS
- Two opening Stern doors providing access to two stern garages for the crew tender, jet ski and diving equipment.
- One retractable stairway for deck access.
- Two hydraulic telescopic gangways fitted with a tender launching system.
- The roof is divided by a corridor allowing an access from the fly bridge to the mast step area and the forward deck.
- One opening flush deck window (6 m²) allowing light and natural ventilation to the main saloon.
- Window and windscreen in tempered laminated tinted glass.
- One windscreen wiper at the navigation area.
The whole windows are fitted with Oceanair venitian blind system.
- White Awl Grip non-skid paint treatment on top of roof.
- Light all around the roof.
- Two asymmetric composite centreboards.
- The two centreboards are retractable by a built in hydraulic ram.
- Two semi-balanced aerofoil sections made out of carbon / PVC / Epoxy sandwich over stainless steel rudderstock.
- Two self-aligning rudder shaft bearing on each side – make JP3.
- Hydraulic steering ram system provided by electro hydraulic unit situated in the lazarette.
- Manual steering is provided to the wheels at the fly bridge steering station through two hydraulic manual pumps integrated at the pedestal.
- Steering is provided through a joystick at both steering stations and one joystick at the navigation station. Each steering position fitted with a rudder angle indicator.
- Two custom carbon wheels at the fly bridge.
- Two autopilot providing control of the steering via the electro-hydraulic unit.
- One autopilot heads at both fly bridge helm position and at the navigation area.
- Two retractable hydraulic bow thrusters Type Max power R 300 with proportional control stick at both the fly bridge helm stations.
- The two engine rooms (30 m²) are situated amidships. The access is through two doors in the corridor between the forward and aft cabin.
- Engines rooms are divided in two levels (0 & 1) fully sound and heat insulated.
- The lower compartment (level 0) includes the main engine, the pumps, water heathers, the hydraulic unit etc…
- The technical room (upper compartment level 1) includes the generator, Electric
- Distribution panels AC / DC) , Bilge manifolds, Watermaker, Air conditioning unit, Battery chargers, inverters…).
- There is one 300 litre day fuel tank fitted with an automatic and manual filling system in each engine room.
- A special study has been carried out to ensure that the construction of the vessel and the installation of the equipments meet the low levels of noise and vibration objective.
- Engine and the technical rooms are fully insulated using fire resistant materials with a central rubber mass layer in order to assure both heat and sound insulation.
- All motorised equipment is elastically mounted to reduce vibration.
- Exhaust & ventilation fans are properly selected and fitted with silencers.
- Flexible mounting and insulation of bulkheads, ceiling and floors.
- The engine room’s floor plating are elastically mounted.
- The accommodation « modules » are flexibly mounted.
- Each engine room have a forced air supply:
- One 4000 m3/h/ 380 VAC variable speed axial fan.
- Ventilation ducts fitted with water traps and baffles.
- The ducts have fire sprinklers, shut off valves and mist eliminators which operate from outside the engine room.
- 2000 m3/h helicoïdal extractor fan.
- A forced ventilation system (VMC) is installed to assure good ventilation in all living areas.
- Particular care is given to natural and forced ventilation throughout the vessel especially in the heads & bathrooms.
- The galley fumes are extracted by an adjustable high capacity speed fan hood fitted with flame resistant filters.
The propulsion system is a twin engine, variable pitch propeller system allowing an higher propelling output and optimized speed performances and thrust. Main engine
- The system is designed with a « manoeuvring » mode in which the engines run at a
constant Rpm with ahead / astern manoeuvring provided by the variable pitch
- The propulsion system is provided by two diesel engine of 500 CV at 2100 rpm.
- Engines are fitted with a driven bilge pump with an electro magnetic clutch.
- Engines controls are electrical and are situated at the three helm positions.
- Engines are fitted with auxiliary drive for alternators (175 amps) to charge the service
- Engine mounts are specially calculated in order to reduce vibrations.
- The gearboxes for the pitch controlled shaft line are mounted rigidly on the vessel structure and connected to the engines by a flexible coupling.
- Gear boxes are equipped with seawater cooled heat exchangers, lube oil pumps, electric transmission control.
- Gearboxes include a thrust bearing taking the propeller thrust straight to the hull in order to reduce vibrations.
Propeller & shafting
Twin hydraulically controlled feathering propeller units comprising:
- One stainless steel hollow shaft (100 mm diameter) with pitch control rod connected to a hydraulic ram.
- Four blade CUNIAL propeller, diameter 950 mm.
- Lubricated propeller hub.
- Pitch control unit, complete built-on EL control, consisting of 24 VDC motor.
- Four manual control indicators, one in the machinery space, one at the navigation area and one at each fly-bridge helm station.
The main electric power is supplied by:
- Two diesel driven, water cooled 380 VAC, 50 Hz Northern Lights 40 Kw generators installed in the technical room.
- One 380 VAC, 50 Hz Northern Lights 15 kwa generator installed in the port technical room to allow air conditioning and cooling systems to run at night.
- Generator sets are mounted on hydrolastic vibration mounts inside a high efficiency sound shield.
- The generators will have separate 24 VDC Sonnenschein 120 AH battery banks.
- Each generator to have 55 Amp: 24 V alternator.
- AC power supply is operated with a manual starting, paralleling, load sharing and stopping system.
- Automatic disconnecting management of selected consumers in case of overload of the generator.
- Engine starting & stop circuit will be 24 VDC via push buttons from engine control console, from local watch panel.
- There is a Manual stop from the emergency switchboard in the technical room.
- The whole of the systems are planned with simplicity and good access for maintenance and repair in mind.
- All systems are designed and installed according to Bureau Veritas.
- All motors, pumps and others equipments and machinery are installed on flexible mounts.
SANITARY SYSTEM (Black Water)
- The sanitary system is based on a hammam sewerage treatments system to provide for zero discharge of both grey and black water in sensitive environmental areas to comply with the U.S coastguard standards.
- Discharge to holding tanks (total capacity: 2000 l) fitted with inspection hatches, vent and odour filters.
- The tanks have an electronic level control, with calibrated alarm linked to the ship’s main alarm panel.
- The holding tanks are emptied by their own diaphragm-type sewage transfer pump through an automatic & manual operation mode.
- Black Water tanks are also connected to the 220 VAC pump manifold for back-up discharge.
- The pump discharge to deck fitting is located on deck in a recessed tank-fill box.
- Eight Electric toilets to flush with freshwater, 24VDC
SUMP SYSTEM (Grey Water)
- The used water from lavatory sinks, showers, washing machines, and dishwasher is collected by grey water tanks (total capacity 2000 l).
- The grey water may be directed into the grey water tanks or diverted into the black water tanks to be processed by the sewerage treatment units.
- The tank will have an electronic level control with a calibrated level alarm linked to the ship’s synoptic panel.
- The tank share the on-deck discharge connection, via a three-way valve, with the black water discharge.
- Each tank will have its own discharge pump, a self priming diaphragm type to make 1.500 l/hr.
- Tanks level are connected to the general monitoring system.
- The hydraulic system is based on the ring main principle, where all hydraulic functions onboard, except the steering system, are connected to a common piping system running throughout the vessel. It will comprise of the following:
- One PTO on each generator driving a pump at 50 Kw.
- One 24 VDC powerpack of 15 Kw fitted with a 200 litre tank.
- All on board hydraulic equipment will be driven by the system to run the following functions:
- 2 x warping winches on the fore decks
- 2 x warping winches on the aft decks
- 2 x anchor windlasses
- 2 x furling units (Genoa & staysail)
- 2 x retractable thrusters
- 10 x winches
- 1 x tender lift
- 2 x lazarette doors
- 2 telescopic gangway
- 2 tender launch system
- 1 x vang
- 1 x main sheet traveller ram
- 1 x main sheet ram
- 2 x headsail and staysail halyard rams
- 1 x flattener
- 1 Cunningham ram
- A double constant flow type electro-hydraulic Lecomble & Shmidtt power pack dedicated to the steering system and autopilot.
- A multifunction manual hydraulic control panel pump for sail trimming with pump pressure gauge and selection valve located in the fly bridge cockpit.
FRESH WATER SYSTEM
- Two 3000 litre fresh water tanks built out of composite panel in the hull bottom structure. Pressure tested at 0.5 bars.
- Filling stations on deck have stainless steel, "Water" engraved screw on caps.
- Fresh water tanks fitted with level indicator to gauge on the synoptic panel. The tanks capacity can be read-out on an electronic display at the navigation station control panel.
- Two 350 l/h modular Watermakers (HEM) are located in the technical room.
- Fresh water distribution throughout the yacht is produced by two 24 VDC Hydrophore pumps.
- Two stainless steel hot water boilers, 200 ltrs /2 Kw. each, connected serially.
- The hot water is supplied to the consumers via an insulated ring line to provide instant hot water at each outlet.
- There will be a silver sterilization unit fitted to process both dock water and water maker water.
- Taps & faucets to be defined by owner.
- Four fresh water outlets fitted with quick connectors on deck for deck showers, and deck wash.
- One outlet for the windscreen wiper + one hull wash system alongside the hull sheer.
- A combined system with three way valve is installed for bilge and fire fighting.
- Each bilge area has individual bilge suction lines led to a manifold in the technical rooms for easy operation.
- The system includes 4 types of pumps for each hull located in the engine room:
- one Engine-driven pump, 18 m3/h. with an electro magnetic clutch.
one centrifugal 230/400 VAC pump: 90 gpm at 3,5 metres.
- one centrifugal 24 VDC 18 m3/h.
- one diaphragm pump dedicated for the engine compartment.
- The 380 Vac. and the engine-driven pump are connected in parallel via a manifold.
- All bilge sumps are equipped with a bilge alarm, and also connected to the central alarm unit.
- An emergency fire and bilge pump is located on the main deck.
- Each watertight compartment is fitted with an automatic submersible draining pump activated by a float switch, this same float switch shall be connected to the alarm/monitoring system.
FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM
- The main bilge pumps will also supply pressure to two Fire/deck stations with an effective fire-fighting stream.
- Fire hydrants fitted with international fire fighting connections are permanently fitted on the main deck (port & starboard).
Engine Room Fire Fighting System:
- The engines rooms are protected by an FM 200 inert gas extinguishing system, with the appropriate number of nozzles.
- A release handle is situated outside the engine room.
- Appropriate fire extinguishers are located throughout the vessel spare in accordance with MCA regulations.
ALARM SYSTEM & MONITORING
- A central organised fire/smoke detection system with alarm is fitted in the navigation station.
- Fire & smoke detectors are installed in each vessel’s compartments, with audio/visual alarm and display panel at the navigation station.
- A strobe light is installed in each engine room.
- There is a custom-built comprehensive PLC monitoring, alarm and controls system.
- This will have five large colour waterproof touch screens located in the:
- engine rooms,
- navigation station,
- fly bridge helm stations.
- The system is capable of monitoring, controlling and displaying information at each helm stations as follows:
- main engine and generator revolution (rpm),
- smoke detectors,
- bilge high level,
- black & grey water tank high level,
- fresh water tank low level,
- fuel tank law level.
COOLING & FREEZING SYSTEM - All refrigeration is by 380 VAC compressors, each linked to its own dedicated evaporator plate in either the refrigerator or the freezer.
- Compressors mounted in the technical room are seawater cooled and are equipped with their own cooling fan.
- Compressors will be seawater cooled.
- All refrigeration cabinets are stainless steel custom made to fit and match interior design.
- The vessel will be equipped with:
- Two cold rooms (positive and negative) for food storage located in the galley. Isolation polyurethane sandwich 100 mm /M1.
- Each cold room fitted with outside thermometer for constant monitoring.
- Two positive refrigerated bars for drinks and cold preparation storage located in the galley.
- Frigo bar and icemaker located at the fly bridge and the main saloon bar.
- One frigo bar and in each guest cabin.
- Two wine cooler cabinets.
- One cigar cooler cabinet.
AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM
- The vessel will be fully air conditioned in the interior through two reversible chilled water central units 380 VAC, 50 Hz power.
- Capacity 200 000 BTU.
- Fresh air is brought into all living quarters through fan coil units.
- Air supply grills and thermostat control are integrated into the accommodation in each area that will be climate controlled.
- Temperature is adjusted in each individual room by remote control.
- Cabin thermostats for all spaces will have Summer/Winter switchover.
- Total capacity: 16000 litres in 4 x 4000 litre structural composite tanks + two 300 litre daily tanks.
- Manholes are fitted for tank cleaning. Each tank has a low point cleaning valve.
- The fuel is lead via valves and a manifold to a 24 VDC transfer pump, 1500 litres/h.
- One fuel counter unit as part of the transfer system.
- One manual transfer pump.
- Manual shut off outside the engine room.
- The main engine and generators are feed via a manifold from the day tanks and via a RACOR Duplex Filter with suction / pressure gauge.
- All four fuel tanks will be fitted with level gauges.
- Fuel flow will be measured for each engine and displayed via the monitoring system.
- Anti-bacterial filters.
- In addition, there will be RACOR Duplex filters with suction and pressure gauges between the fuel transfer pump and the fuel day tanks.
- The transfer manifold allows fuel transfer between all tanks.
- The electrical power supply on board comprises of:
- 380/220 VAC/50 Hz, three phases with grounding neutral supplied from a combination of two identical Northern lights generators at 40 Kw.
- One 40 Kw shore Power converter.
- One shore supply socket fitted with a shore supply cable 50 metres long, 125 amps.
- Five Sonnenshein gel type 24 Volts DC batteries banks as follows:
- Generators starting battery: 24 V / 120 Ah
- Main engine starting battery: 24 V / 200 amp
- Service battery: 12 x 2 volts elements / 1500 amp
- Emergency battery: 24 V / 500 amp
- Radio battery: 24 V / 200 amp.
- Battery banks are situated in the technical room.
- All battery banks will be alarmed for high and low charge status.
- All electrical equipment, wiring, cables, fixtures and the complete installation are in accordance with good practice and high quality ships wiring cable shall be used on all power distribution circuits.
- All cables are sized in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations and BV regulations.
- All distribution and control circuits are protected by high sensibility magneto-thermal / bipolar circuit breakers.
- Each battery bank will have is own charging system.
- Charging of the battery banks is achieved from the generators and main engine alternators as follows:
- One x 175 amp on the main engines to charge the service battery bank.
- One x 55 amp alternators on the main engines to charge the start batteries.
- One x 55 amp alternators on the generators to charge start generator batteries.
- Charging will also be achieved via the following battery chargers fitted with temperature sensors:
- The navigation / emergency aid batteries will be charged through two chargers 24 V / 100 amp.
- The service battery banks will be charged through three chargers 24 V / 100 amp.
- The sine-wave inverters type are fitted for navigation, communication, stereo equipment and lighting as follows:
- One 24 / 220VAC, 3 Kw, sine-wave inverter will be located with the emergency batteries, to allow operation in emergencies.
- One 24 / 220VAC, 6 Kw, inverter for lighting constantly drawing off the service battery bank.
Two 24 / 220VAC, 6 Kw, inverters for the rest of the AC requirements when the boat is in quiet ship mode.
- The generators and shore power supply are connected to a split bus bar system.
- Power on these bus bars is then distributed through a Main switchboard located in the technical room. This main switchboard manage the AC power supply.
- Power is then distributed through a distribution panel located at the navigation station with all the protection for the secondary distribution board located in every main area of the vessel with all protection for domestic lines.
- In addition there is a domestic panel located in the galley with all main controls.
- DC power from the battery banks go to the DC distribution board, which is located as near to the source as possible to avoid drops in voltage.
Main switchboard/control centre:
- The main switchboard will be located in the technical room.
- Main switchboard has a fully electrically and mechanically interlocked power source control panel for:
- Two on board generators.
- Shore power line.
- All feeds can be isolated at the panel.
AC DISTRIBUTION PANEL
- These panels contain the switches,circuit breakers and relevant voltage, intensity and frequency of both generators and shore power.
- The entire cabinet is hinged to give easy access to all circuit breakers from behind.
- Secondary panels include all protections and relays to supply all AC consumers equipments.
DC DISTRIBUTION PANEL
- As above, applied to the 24 VDC systems, in a separate panel.
- This panel will be supplied by the service battery banks, and will supply the all the secondary panel.
- This panel will contain all the circuit breakers and the battery banks charging controls.
- The ADC-DC 24-12 VDC converter shall be protected by a circuit breaker and will provide a 12 VDC circuit with independent distribution board.
- The DC panel will be fitted with an electric leaking controller.
- Control panel in galley.
- Control panel in navigation station.
- Steering Stations port & starboard.
- Machinery space (main engine room).
- Technical room.
- Alarm control panel.
- Main engines control panels.
- Generators control panels.
ABOVE DECK LIGHTING, 24 VDC
- Lighting positions, types and quantity according to lighting plant drawn by Designer to Owner approval.
- Centralized light switch management system in main saloon.
- Waterproof lighting.
- Emergency lights are provided throughout the vessel which shall switch on the event of fire or complete power failure.
- Lighting to illuminate the deck will be installed, as follows:
- Fibre optic lights distributed along each outboard.
- Same as above all around the coach roof.
- Lights on mast & spreaders.
- Lights on underside of boom for fly bridge illumination.
- Lighting in the sterns when doors in open position.
- On each of there is one light illuminating the mast head.
Central switching from wheelhouse for each deck.
NAVIGATIONAL LIGHTING, 24 VDC
- Lights are polycarbonateAqua-Signal, running from 24 VDC:
- One white stern light located on aft end of fly bridge.
- Two Bow Lights red/green (on pulpit).
- Two Side Lights (on house) red/green.
- One Steaming (on mast).
- Mast Lights - Two red over green.
- The instruments & switch panel at all three steering stations are to be illuminated with rheostat for brightness control.
- There will be eight high quality underwater lights mounted towards the stern of the vessel, four in each hull (See architect drawings).
NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION
- One Brooks & Gatehouse instrument package including:
- One central Unit.
- Three multifunctions displays 40 X 40 Jumbo (on mast).
- Two multifunction displays 40 x 40 Jumbo in the main saloon.
- Three FFD multifunction displays at each helm stations.
- One FFD multifunction display in the skipper cabin.
- Three FFD multifunction displays at the navigation station.
- One Halcyon 2000 electronic compass + display at each helm station and navigation station.
- Two Robertson RGC50 Gyrocompasses.
- One rudder angle indicator at each helm station.
- Robertson AP 300 Dual station autopilot and a second emergency back up autopilot including 2 autopilot joy sticks.
- Maxsea software.
- Depth sounder (back up to B&G).
- Computer PC with flat screen for maintenance system to be located at the Wheelhouse.
A second station networked to this computer is to be provided in the owner’s cabin.
- Computer software NMEA 0183 interface system.
- Furuno GPS chart plotter, interfaced with the vessel’s computer and sailing instruments B&G and GPS. At the navigation station and one screen displays at each helm station.
- One Furuno radar range 48 miles + aerial antenna on the mast and one screen display at each helm station and navigation station.
Note: Due to rapid advances in electronics and entertainment, final choice of equipment can vary dependant on the operator’s preference at the time.
- Furuno Navtex weather fax.
- One (1) meteo software Meteocom for Windows: Fax / Navtex / Synopsis (wind chart).
- One SAILOR Satcom M (Fax / Voice and e-mail), Standard C.
- FURUNO SSB email ready.
- VHF charger for at least 2 hand held VHF.
- Shore telephone system.
- PANASONIC Internal telephone network (15 outputs).
- One VHF Furuno GMDSS / 24 volts at navigation station.
- Two VHF ICOM at each helm station.
- One Inmarsat Mini M with: Fax / Internet.
- One crew audio communication system.
- One multifunction Pacific Delta System antenna to manage VHF / TV / radio AM –FM / SSB reception / Meteo reception.
NON ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION EQUIPEMENT
- One Suunto magnetic compass 165 mm located at each nav station.
- One set of navigation material including:
- sextant / manual Compass / clock / barograph / barometer.
- Portable laptop computer in each cabin and at the navigation station.
- One main computer on network to manage: Navigation, Meteo, office work, Internet and Fax.
- Flat type bubble jet printer.
- Two underwater cameras.
- Two underwater lights.
- Five watch/security video cameras located as follow:
- engine rooms,
- aft Flybridge,
- fore Flybridge.
- One intruder alarm system with sensors on main doors.
- In General BOSE Hi-Fi / video system is supplied throughout the yacht.
- Main Saloon:
- One foldable TV, PLASMA flat Screen 50”.
- One Video system & DVD multistandard.
- One Stereo, CD, Tuner system.
- Guest Accommodation:
- One foldable TV, Multistandard. (40” LCD Flat screen).
- One Video system & DVD multistandard.
- One Stereo, CD, Tuner system.
- Crew Cabins:
- One Stereo, CD, Tuner system.
|ANTENNA REQUIREMENTS |
The following antennas are installed in the rig:
- One SSB antenna.
- Navtex / Weatherfax antenna.
- Two VHF antennas.
- Two GPS antennas.
- Two GSM antennas.
- Two Radar domes.
- One TV-FM antenna, round receiving with booster in antenna.
The following shore connections to be provided:
- Telephone (nav area).
- TV, FM (all available sets).
ANCHOR & MOORING SYSTEM
- Two lined & separated self draining chain lockers fitted with flush deck hatches located in the forepart of the wet deck.
- The two anchors are launched from underneath the wet deck through chain guides & rollers.
- The anchor carriages include an internal plumbed anchor wash system.
- Two MAXWELL 6000 hydraulic vertical axis stainless steel Windlasses controlled from the two helm stations.
- Gypsy kit for diameter 16 mm galvanised chain.
- Chain stopper on both windlasses.
- Electric up / down switch kit and Electric remote control connected via a wire cord on deck.
- Digital chain counters is fitted to each windlass.
- Two 120 kg anchors with swivel according to BV.
- One stern anchor: high holding power FORTRESS 50 kg, stored in lazarette.
- 2 x 120 m calibrated and galvanised grade 3 diameter stud linked 16 mm.
- Four vertical retractable capstans: two fore / two.
- Twelve retractable stainless steel cleats.
- Stainless steel fairleads.
- Twelve Inflatable fenders (100 cm x 35 cm).
- Four spliced mooring lines / 40 m squareline 25 mm.
- Four spliced mooring lines / 30 m squareline 25 mm.
SPARS / STANDING RIGGING
- Fractioned rig 9/10.
- Wing rotating mast (length: 43 m) made out of prepreg carbon (fibre HR40 and T 700) in female mould and cured in pressured Autoclave.
- Finish: Awl Grip paint Grey metallic.
- Tapered masthead and mast foot.
- Spherical Mast base.
- Composite forestays and shrouds (UD Carbon.)
- One stair of spreader and losange composite fibres standing rigging.
- Radar bracket on mast.
- Mast trim by hydraulic « mast jack » at mast step.
- Canoe boom shape made out of prepreg in female mould and cured in pressured autoclave.
- Hooked reef system inside boom.
- Finish: Awl Grip paint grey metallic.
- Lights above flybridge saloon.
- In boom rolling awning system.
- Mainsail Full batten switch T-track System by Harken.
- Reckmann hydraulic fullers for Genoa and staysail.
- Code 0 on Kaerver furling system.
- Lazy-jacks system.
- Hydraulic vang ram system.
- Hydraulic outhaul ram System.
- Hydraulic Cunningham ram system.
- Two Forestays in nitronic 50 Navtec.
- Two composite kevlar shrouds with turnbuckles.
- Winch Sail trimming at the flybridge.
- Main sail halyard on mast hydraulic winch.
- Genoa halyard on hydraulic ram on mast.
- Stay sail halyard on hydraulic ram on mast.
- Code 0 halyard on mast hydraulic winch.
- Three reef lines on hydraulic winch around mast.
- Dyneema and vectran Running rigging.
- Six Flush Deck hatches custom composite made H2X on each hull.
- All deck hatches to be fitted with pneumatic opening ram. All deck hatches into the interior will be fitted with electric sliding blackout screens and mosquito screens.
- One gliding hatch for crew access on both hull fore ends.
EXTERIOR STORAGE SPACES
- Various lockers around deck and fly bridge fitted with two latching dog handles.
- All exterior stowage hatches have rubber compression seals and pneumatic seals.
- Storage lockers in the fly bridge coamings are provided with watertight opening doors & drainage.
- Storage racks, shelves, brackets and fitting in all lockers.
WINDOWS & PORTHOLES
- All windows are of non-opening type.
- All windows in the superstructure are moulded custom built tinted, toughened and laminated safety glass to Classification requirements & MCA.
- Lexan storm boards are supplied and include captive Allen head stainless fixings on each corner to ensure easy attachment from the inside.
- Blackouts will be fitted to all windows.
- Two-speed wipers with washers are fitted to the outboard windows of the Navigation station.
- Five flush non opening portholes on each hull made out of laminated security tinted glass.
- All portholes fitted with « storm cover » according to BV and MCA rules.
- Two escape hatches with water deflectors on each hull.
SAIL TRIMMING SYSTEMS
- Electro – hydraulic power pack to manage all sail trim functions.
- Main sheet on hydraulic magic trim located in a locker under the cockpit floor.
- Main sheet traveller: one hydraulic track integrated in the aft cross beam.
- Genoa and stay sail: four longitudinal sheet maxi tracks on the coach roof with sliding lead cars.
- Code 0: two stand up and two turning blocks.
- Four hydraulic self tailing winches / 3 speed located on the coach roof
- Big boat and custom range deck hardware.
MAIN COMPANIONWAY DOOR
- Outside entrance, doors in the superstructure are weather tight.
- The main companionway doors are built of stainless steel and glass.
- The four glass panel doors slide side ways and disappear completely when fully opened.
- Doors are pneumatically operated automatically by a sensor and by push buttons inside and out, with a manual lock arrangement and over-ride.
- The doors have a pneumatic seal and a compression seal.
- All tanks are made out of composite and are integrated into the hulls.
- All tanks will be equipped with all necessary connections for filling, venting and emptying.
- All tanks are fitted with Level control and alarm sensors.
- The black and grey water tanks vents will be led up the mast.
- Tanks are air-pressure tested at 0,25 bar overpressure according to BV specifications.
- Fresh water: 2 x 3000 l.
- Fuel oil: 4 x 4000 l plus 2 x 300 l (Daily tank).
- Grey water: 2 x 1000 l.
- Black water: 2 x 1000 l.
- Clean Oil: 150 l.
- Waste oil: 150 l.
- Awlfair fairing compound , and a specialist consultant has been used throughout the entire preparation, fairing and paint process.
- The topside paint is to be agreed with the Owner, however Flag blue is most likely.
- Top coat finish: Awl Grip US PAINT.
- Antifouling (100 m²): teflon based, White.
- Forepeaks, Bilges and lazarettes are sprayed with a suitable primer and finished with a white polyurethane top coat.
- Fuel tanks: Two coats of special Araldite epoxy paint.
- Fresh water tanks: Two coats of special epoxy paint developed for the food industry.
Sump and holding tanks: Two coats of special epoxy paint.
Canvas works are supplied in Sunbrella fabric for the following:
- Helm seats.
- Cockpit seat, cushions and mattresses.
- Steering wheels and pedestal covers.
- Sun awning.
- Canvas, for ship's side.
- Canvas fender hoods.
- Protective covers for cockpit and pilothouse tables and helm consoles.
- Full security inventory as per Special regulations, MCA and BV as a minimum, for the highest category, worldwide cruising.
- Two (2) life rafts on deck.
- Survival Suits (Owner’s supply).
- Radar Reflector.
- Fog Horn.
- First Aid Kit.
- Life rafts.
- Emergency rations (Owner’s supply).
- Life Rings.
- Life Vests and Harnesses.
- One distress SARSAT-COSPAS 406 M.
- Two EPIRB.
- Two JON BUOY.
- One Castoldi jet 17’main tender located on the aft tenderlift platform.
- One secondary crew tender (3.50 m) with jet propulsion located in the port Lazarette dinghy garage.
- One Skidoo jet-ski
- Full diving equipment.
INTERIOR GENERAL ARRANGEMENT
The interior design is by Franck Darnet design.
- The whole interior is “full-floating”, and constructed in modules to be as lightweight as possible within the noise and vibration limits specified.
- Wall and furniture veneer in de-coloured treated natural teak.
- The floors are resilient mounted fitted with hatches mounted with gas spring to provide access to all under floor tankage, machinery, and inspection.
- Venetian blinds in all sleeping cabins for the port lights.
- All Flooring is unvarnished teak planked specially treated.
WET DECK LEVEL
- Main area under the coach roof including Main Saloon, dinning area, bar, galley, navigation station and skipper cabin.
SALOON / DINNING ROOM / BARS
- Teak deck Flooring at the same level than the cockpit.
- Surface: 55 m².
- Saloon: Four built in L shape eight place settees and coffee table.
- Dining room: Reception table with twelve chairs.
- No bulkhead in the all area under the coach roof allowing a panoramic view through large moulded windows all around.
- Sliding glass doors for the main entrance.
- One refrigerated bars fitted with ice maker and stainless steel sink.
- Halogen spot lights integrated in the ceiling panels.
- Two stair ways down to the hulls.
The galley is an open space divided into three zones:
- One refrigerated console for preparation, cooking area and cold rooms.
- One four burners electric cooking plates and electric oven.
- Micro wave oven.
- Hood extractor fan.
- Galley sinks in stainless steel with waste disposal unit.
- One trash compactor.
- Various lockers and working areas.
- Separation glass wall above the cooking area.
- One frying tank.
- One electric grill.
- One dishwasher.
- One Chart table with drawers and lockers.
- Console for various electronic and communication instruments.
- One double bed 1400 x 2000.
- Lockers on the side and under bed.
- One wardrobe with a mirror.
- One desk.
- One separate bathroom including one electric head and shower.
- Teak flooring.
- B&G multifunction display.
GENERAL HULL LAYOUT
Each hull includes, two fore & aft guest « suites », one technical & engine room, one double crew quarters.
FORE GUEST SUITE
- The forward guest is divided in two space closed by a sliding door.
- The first room includes the head and the shower in two separate spaces.
- A built in sofa that can be used as a children's double bed, and a large desk with an armchair.
- The other space is the bedroom that includes a double bed 1600 x 2000 ; the bed can slide sideways to make two single beds.
- Two bed side tables.
- Lockers all along the room on both sides.
- Two non opening hull portholes.
- Two glass deck hatches.
- Halogen spot lights.
- Air conditioning.
- Teak deck flooring.
AFT GUEST SUITE
- The aft suites are treated by the interior designer as a contemporary “loft” without any bulkheads and include a bedding area and a bath area.
- One bed in the middle of the room 1800 x 2000 with two bedside tables.
- The bath area is behind the bed and includes a double sink and various lockers and shelves.
- The head and the shower in two separate spaces,
- Lockers all along the room on both sides.
- Two non-opening hull portholes.
- Two glass deck hatches.
- Halogen spot lights.
- Air conditioning.
Teak deck flooring.
- Access from deck by two electric deck-sliding hatches to the two forward crew cabins.
- Each port and starboard cabin includes two single beds than can be re-arranged to make a double bed.
- Various lockers and wardrobe with a mirror.
- One non-opening porthole on each exterior side.
- Halogen spotlights.
- One day head compartment located in the starboard hull in the corridor.
- A laundry equipped with a Miele washing machine and dryer is situated in the corridor of the port hull.
Detail given in good faith with no guarantee nor warrant for accuracy or conditions. A Buyer should instruct his surveyor to investigate such details as he desires validated. This is NOT a contractual document.